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Condensed Matter Physics

Condensed matter physics is a diverse research area, ranging from innovative studies of the basic properties of materials to the development and study of nanometer-scale electronic, thermoelectric and spintronic systems. Within this field fall the exploration of new materials such as carbon nanotubes and semiconducting nanowires as well as the development of next generation electronic devices. Many of the technologies that impact society today (e.g. electronics, magnetics, and photonics) emerged directly from research in condensed matter physics.



To learn more about the research in condensed matter physics at Clemson University, please explore the links below.


Theoretical Condensed Matter

Murray Daw - Theory of Materials
Catalina Marinescu - Condensed Matter Theory
Sumanta Tewari - Quantum Computation
Yao Wang - Quantum Many-body Problems 

Experimental Condensed Matter

Jianbo Gao - Ultrafast Photophysics of Devices Lab
Jian He - Synthesis and Characterization of Transition Metal Oxides
Ramakrishna Podila - Nano-Bio Lab
Apparao Rao - Nanomaterials Research Laboratory
Kasra Sardashti - Quantum Materials & Devices
Chad Sosolik - Surface and Interface Nanoscience Laboratory



October 2019